ISDE Day 5 Photos

Team USA Rolls

The US World Trophy and Junior Trophy teams turn in good performances on Day Five of the ISDE in Navarra, Spain. In the World Trophy division, both Italy and Spain suffered DNFs today and are out of the running, which leaves the American squad with nearly a four-minute lead over Great Britain. In the Junior division, Sweden and the US squad went back and forth and heading into tomorrow's motocross test Sweden leads the US by 27 seconds.

Trevor Bollinger, ISDE Spain 2016
Trevor Bollinger continues to get faster as the week progresses. The JCR Honda rider is anchoring a strong US Junior Trophy Team that sits second behind Sweden after five days.Photo By Shan Moore
Steward Baylor, ISDE Spain 2016
Steward Baylor was a little sore after a get-off yesterday left him banged and bruised but the South Carolina rider still turned in some pretty fast test times.Photo By Shan Moore
Giacomo Redondi, ISDE Spain 2016
Giacomo Redondi goes big over a hard-packed hill on the opening lap of the day. Redondi's Italian teammate Manuel Monni broke his hand in the first test of the day, putting Italy's World Trophy Team out of the running.Photo By Shan Moore
Patrik Markvart, ISDE Spain 2016
Patrik Markvart of the Czech Republic rips through the brush in the second test of the day.Photo By Shan Moore
Layne Michael ISDE 2016
Layne Michael had his best day to date, helping the US World Trophy Team extend its lead in the overall standings.Photo By Shan Moore
Kailub Russell, ISDE Spain 2016
Kailub Russell rips off a big jump at the end of the second test.Photo By Shan Moore
Grant Baylor, Spain ISDE 2016
Grant Baylor was a consistent top 15 performer on Day Five.Photo By Shan Moore
Daniel McCanney, ISDE Spain 2016
Daniel McCanney leads the British World Trophy Team, which now sits second behind Team USA in the standings.Photo By Shan Moore
Broc Hepler, ISDE Spain 2016
Former Pro Motocross factory racer Broc Hepler is riding on a Gas Gas sponsored club team.Photo By Shan Moore